How can you have sex on your period without leaving a crime scene? Are Millennials still in a sex recession or nah? New Yorkers: Will you “fake it” for a free pastrami sandwich? This and more in our weekly #sexnews :) Happy reading, sluts!
What’s the deal with the Cara Delevigne/Ashley Benson sex bench? Is the priest in Fleabag hot or a jerk, or both? What’s the history of female masturbation in pop? This and more in our weekly #sexnews :) Happy reading, sluts!
In honor of #internationalwhoresday—a day for solidarity among sex workers and allies, a call for decriminalization, and a protest against stigma and violence against SWers—we’ve collected our 10 favorite Slutever articles by sex workers about sex work.
Does wielding a fake dick denote a lack of sexual creativity for lesbians? Does sex exist in a political vacuum? Poet Lisa Luxx debates a queer woman’s responsibility in unpicking her patriarchal behavior in the bedroom.
Where’s the line between legit age-gap relationships and older dudes just being creepy? Is Seth Rogan hot now? What does hands-free masturbation look like? This and more in our weekly #sexnews :) Happy reading, sluts!
We all have “relationship baggage”—i.e. unresolved emotional garbage from relationships past. But how are we supposed to purge the ghosts of our exes and move the fuck on with our lives?
WTF does a #SexStrike have to do with abortion laws ? Would you let your boss tell you how often to fuck? Also: arty porn, the end of ‘Easy,’ and cinema finally embracing non-scary, non-objectified lesbian teens—in our weekly #sexnews :) Happy reading, sluts! Image courtesy Uncensored Festival.
Why does everyone keeps warning girls to stop speaking with vocal fry, or else you’ll “sound stupid.” But like, says who?! By Kristen Cochrane.
Can sandwiches be gay? What’s “virgin-shaming” and can it happen in the Seven Kingdoms? Is it awkward to date someone with your same name? This and more (extremely important) info in our weekly #sexnews :) Happy reading, sluts!
YA novels increasingly feature sexually strong female protagonists, LGBTQA+ characters, queer desire and non-normative relationships: Amanda Lang provides some insight into the genre.